roseororatus Butler comb. n.
roseororatus Butler, 1877, Trans.
ent. Soc. London, 1877: 341.
dohertyi Rothschild sensu Holloway,
and the next species are very similar in facies and are most reliably
distinguished on genitalic characters (see illustrations), but roseororatus is
distinctly larger, with more diffuse, broader and paler short black striae
subapically on the underside of the forewing.
Taxonomic note. The
taxonomy of the species complex to which this species, B. cuneonotatus
Walker comb. n. and B. dohertyi Rothschild comb. n. belong
was discussed by Holloway (1982).
Geographical range. Borneo,
Habitat preference. This
is a frequent species that is found in forested and disturbed habitats in the
lowlands and more rarely up to about 2000m.
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